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Bastion confirms its handlebar was responsible for Aussie team pursuit crash

The handlebar seems to have been made by Bastion Cycles. But questions remain.

How to 3D-print titanium with Bastion Cycles

A look behind the curtain at how a computer sketch becomes a rideable bicycle.

Gallery: The best of the 2021 Handmade Bicycle Show Australia, part one

This first round looks at bikes from Australian builders Llewellyn, Bastion, The Lost Workshop, Devlin and more.

Bastion is now making forks and cockpits from 3D-printed titanium and carbon

3D-printed titanium and carbon tube construction allows for customisable fit and fork rake.

Bastion reveals 3D-printed parts for Australia’s 2020 Olympic track campaign

Late last month British Cycling revealed a wild-looking track bike it had developed (with Lotus and Hope Technology) with the 2020 Tokyo ...

Photo gallery: 2019 Handmade Bicycle Show Australia – The next frontier

Australia’s handmade bicycle scene is truly thriving. In addition to the proven and well-known masters, there are no shortage of newcomer...

Handmade Bicycle Show Australia 2018: The bigwigs

After a short hiatus, Australia has a handbuilt bicycle show once more. Championed by the likes of Llewelyn Custom Bicycles and Gellie Cy...

Bastion Cycles Road Disc frameset review

Bastion is a new Australian custom framebuilding company founded and operated by a trio of engineers set adrift by the collapse of the lo...

Photo gallery: 2017 NAHBS custom bikes, part 3

One of the most striking things about the North American Handmade Bicycle Show is the diversity of materials and construction methods use...

CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 19: On safety testing and custom builders

Larger bicycle manufacturers subject their bikes to all sorts of objective laboratory testing, for a wide range of purposes. On the one h...

NAHBS 2016: 3D printing hits its stride

Once solely the stuff of dreams, prototypes, and engineering experiments, metal 3D printing is finally starting to trickle into bicycles ...